Opening Day Of TOPSoccer At Tiffany Field

Written By: KPN - Apr• 22•15

Rose Mangogna, President of Kings Park Soccer Club and Peter Schneider, President of Village of the Branch Soccer Club join forces, under the guidance of the KP/VOB  TOPSoccer Coordinator: Joe Gunning to bring TOPSoccer to Smithtown.

On April 19, 2015, TOPSoccer opened up at Tiffany Field.

TOPSoccer is a program that brings soccer to children with special needs. There were many players and coaches down at the field having a great time learning the skills of soccer and playing modified games.   Coaches were high school students:Katie Gunning, Mandie Scott, Noelle Perciballi, Paul Schiappa, Sarah Zdanowski, and Vincent Mangogna.  Teachers and parents who stepped up and volunteered to work with these soccer players were Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, Pete Schneider, Rose Mangogna, Joe Gunning, and Scott KPSC- CAS trainer. TOPSoccer players were: Zoe, Jake, Jake, Gabriel, Anthony, and William,

Fun was had by all.  Everyone is looking forward to next Sunday, if anyone is interested in signing up as a player visit www.kpsc.org.

Comments from parents of the players:

“Hey Coach Joe, just wanted let you know my daughter had a really great time yesterday! I can tell it made her really happy and boosted her self esteem. She can’t wait till next week. Thank you and everyone who made it possible.”

“Thank you Joe! We had a great time. I wanted to talk a bit more, but I got choked up a few times watching my son having such fun.”

Best in Show

Written By: KPN - Apr• 22•15

On Friday, March 27th, the KP video classes attended the Long Island Media Arts show at Five Towns College.

Out of the hundreds of films submitted, only 20 were selected as The Best in Show. Out of those 20, Kings Park had 3 winners that were chosen – Dylan Henderson, James Donahue and Kelly Butler.

A big congratulations to all these outstanding and talented students.  KP is now waiting to see if they will qualify for the FIRST EXPOSURE FILM FESTIVAL at the Huntington Cinema Arts.

(Standing L to R – Mr. Lino Bracco-KPHS Principal, R. James Donahue, Dylan Henderson, Kelly Butler, Ms. Darlene Blaurock-Advisor)

Kings Park In Focus

Written By: KPN - Apr• 22•15

Kings Park Bluff before the rain – photograph by Kings Park resident and photographer Agnes Connolly Fegan.
Beautiful!

Kings Park In Focus – A Good Sign

Written By: KPN - Apr• 20•15

This evening, Kings Park residents Dawn Tiritter-Bent and Mike Ziccardi, owners of Sign-A-Rama of Huntington, helped the newest member of the Kings Park business community, (more…)

Written By: KPN - Apr• 20•15

Friday, April 24th, is “Wear Blue for Autism Day”
for Kings Park Schools!

Schedule of Spring Events at Nissequogue River State Park

Written By: KPN - Apr• 20•15

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is pleased to announce that Nissequogue River State Park, in Kings Park, will offer the following programs during spring 2015. (more…)

KP Schools Budget Adoption & Board of Education Meeting

Written By: KPN - Apr• 20•15

Kings Park School District Board of Education Meeting
Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Budget Adoption & Board of Education Meeting

Kings Park High (more…)

Kings Park High School Students Attend Student Leadership Training with FedEx & Junior Achievement

Written By: KPN - Apr• 17•15

On March  13th at Dowling College, Junior Achievement and FedEx held a Youth Leadership Conference in which Kings Park High School students of the Business Club, Senior Experience and Marketing  classes participated in. The Students learned (more…)

Music Recognitions At Kings Park High School

Written By: KPN - Apr• 17•15

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Kings Park applauds the following students who were selected for NYSCAME All-County (grades 11 and 12):  Anthony Amadio, Taylor Crima, Edmund Kollath, Kaylee Mercer, Shaye Miller, Teresa Motherway, Michelle Munch, (more…)

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